Best Read [Joe DeRouen] ✓ Odds and Endings: Fiction Short and Otherwise || [Poetry Book] PDF ☆

By Joe DeRouen | Comments: ( 115 ) | Date: ( Jul 18, 2019 )

Odds and Endings Fiction Short and Otherwise is Joe DeRouen s first short story collection, and contains thirteen all new tales of magic, murder, and mystery The compilation includes one novella and eleven short stories, one of which takes place in the Small Things universe and involves some of your favorite characters In A Stranger with Your Hair, we ll meet Parker McCOdds and Endings Fiction Short and Otherwise is Joe DeRouen s first short story collection, and contains thirteen all new tales of magic, murder, and mystery The compilation includes one novella and eleven short stories, one of which takes place in the Small Things universe and involves some of your favorite characters In A Stranger with Your Hair, we ll meet Parker McCain, a womanizer who s always looking for the perfect partner He ll get all that and when he makes a certain wish Speaking of wishes, The Wish shows exactly why you should be very careful when you hold someone s heart in your hands, while Mommy s Favorite illustrates what can happen when a mother s love goes too far And in Merryland, we ll spend time with Zara Boone, a woman who gets far than she bargained for when she inherits her dead grandmother s house These are just a few of the tales that await you in Odds and Endings


  • Title: Odds and Endings: Fiction Short and Otherwise
  • Author: Joe DeRouen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Joe DeRouen

Joe was born in Carthage, Illinois, and currently lives in Rogers, Arkansas with his artist wife Andee, their son Fletcher, and their cats Lucky, Milo, and Archer Joe is a freelance writer and a substitute teacher In addition to writing, he enjoys purchasing and occasionally watching copious amounts of Blu Ray discs, listening to music, playing video games, and collecting Mego action figures from the 1970s.



Comments Odds and Endings: Fiction Short and Otherwise

  • Yvonne Davies

    WowI loved this book. Every story was great with a different theme. After each story, I thought that was my favourite but they got better and better. This is a must read.


  • Robin Raven

    This is another fantastic book from Joe DeRouen. Fans of his "Small Things" trilogy will find special treats within this book, but it's a fantastic, stand-alone book on its own merits. All thirteen stories are intriguing and well-written in Joe's one-of-a-kind voice and style. Short stories such as "The Wish" and "Mommy's Favorite" will stay with you a long time after you've closed the book. I think my personal favorite is "Good Fortune" with its mix of horror and humor that is really fun to rea [...]


  • Dallas

    The stories had potential but weren't the best. Some of them were obviously born of the same idea and taken in different directions, which would be neat if that fact were acknowledged. The author seems hung up on the idea of having the same details - a white owl, "Small Things," and a town called Carthage - crop up in every story. Again, this could have been a neat idea if one detail had been chosen, rather than three. As it is, it felt embarrassing. The poetry was not good. The narrator was ext [...]


  • Sue M. Van

    This is my 3rd read from this author and I will say that he never disappoints. In this collection of short stories the characters are well developed and the author knows how to keep the story at a pace that makes the reader turn the pages. Throughout this story I found myself being surprised with each new story. There is one thing that I would like to see and that's another visit to Merryland. Oh, and I loved the story involving my alter ego, Haven Malone, A Stranger with Your Hair. Thanks Joe f [...]


  • Brooke Johnson

    At times haunting and mysterious, and other times horrifying, the tales in Joe DeRouen's Odds and Endings will draw you into a weird, often macabre world where things dark and paranormal masterfully coexist with the everyday. Every story has an ending, but not all of them are happy.


  • Kryste Herring

    Each story is robust and full of life, creating a net of wonder that will ensnare the reader and drag them into a world where anything can happen and it does. Joe continues to amaze in his latest and greatest!


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